Apr. 01, 2022
Veterinary syringe is a packaging container composed of various components, including a tube sleeve, a push rod, a piston, a protective cap, and a positioning ring. It is a multi-functional package and a drug delivery tool. The deworming medicines commonly used in raising horses are also selected in such packaging.
Many people might think that deworming horses is a trivial matter, but the truth is that all horses carry internal parasites to some extent, and 90% of abdominal pain may be related to vascular damage caused by strongyloidia larvae migration, 50% of Horse deaths may be related to internal parasites. If the horse around you has symptoms such as weight loss, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and rubbing the tail, it means that the horse is likely to be infected with parasites. If it is not treated in time, the consequences will be serious.
The current common deworming program is to deworm four times a year, and use different deworming drugs in rotation, which can reduce drug resistance. Horse deworming medicines are mostly in the form of a paste, which can be administered to horses through a syringe. The package uses the pressure of the push rod to export the medicine for the horses to take, with less residue, and is an efficient drug delivery tool.
In addition, the doses administered vary according to the weight of the horse. The horse syringe has a scale printed on the push rod, and used together with the positioning ring, the dosage of the medicine can be precisely controlled to achieve a good deworming effect.